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  George Warnock say so gracefully and plainly what I have been trying to say, in my stumbling way, that we need an awakening to the deep things of God. What we have learned to be content with, in our forms and programs, George brings to the forefront and shines the bright light of truth […]

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As demons traverse the globe, they do the only thing they know how to do, deceive and delude, and as men walk in the midst of these shadows, they are the deceived and the deluded. Every man cloaks the truth to appear as so many phantoms, all being mere apparitions of some valid point, and […]

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from Be thus Minded… by Pearl Have you heard of Helen Roseveare?  I hadn’t until I came across a book of hers called Living Sacrifice.  She was a medical missionary in Zaire from 1953 to 1973.  Her story is a remarkable one.   Not so much for the adventures she experienced in Africa, but more because […]

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“In those days Israel had no king; everyone did as he saw fit.” Judges 17:6 The Book of Judges, in my opinion, is the saddest book of the Bible.  It show what happens to a nation when they lose their way. The book illustrates that every path, is not the right path, just because we […]

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Lighthouse Trails give us a “Heads-up” as they present this review by Ezra McGill on Doug Pagitt’s new book.  Please take the time to read this and then pass it along. Steve Blackwell oug Pagitt’s New Book: A Christianity Worth Believing – NOT Worth Believing! by Ezra McGill Free-lance writer In his book, A Christianity […]

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The Virus of 1918, and Beyond This title is part of: The Sword Download PDF Also available in: Português Deutsch Français Related items: Virus of 1918 Discussion Monday Night, November 22, 1999 A question, during a spontaneous time with Saints in South Carolina. The question came from a businessman with some serious international “responsibilities.” You’ll […]

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The Apostle Paul’s Guide to Helping Carnal Christians Mature Healthy, Devoted Relationships Part 2 This title is part of: The Trowel Download PDF Related items: What to Do About “My Convictions” Healthy, Devoted Relationships A Revolution Without Dancing is a Revolution Not Worth Having No one would argue the “hopelessness” of it. Trying to bring […]

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I know that many church goers are going to wonder why I would post an article that criticizes Easter. To be completely honest, I am tempted to just let it go, and not be the constant reminder, that we have gotten way off the narrow path, and that “Easter” and Christmas are just two clear […]

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Category: * The Shack Source:  Editors at Lighthouse Trails In a recent radio interview, The Shack author, Paul Young, told the interviewer he did not hold to the traditional view of the atonement in that he does not believe Jesus Christ bore the punishment (i.e., penalty) for man’s sins when He died on the Cross […]

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